Electric scooters have been the backbone of electric vehicles since the introduction of the first one in 2011.
But in 2018, electric scooters will become the second-most popular type of electric vehicle, according to a new report.
According to a report by the electric vehicle research and consulting firm iRacing, the number of electric scooting units in the United States has grown by 60 percent over the past 10 years.
Electric scooters made up 11 percent of the country’s total fleet by 2020.
That number rose to 28 percent by 2021, but dropped to 19 percent by 2019.
The iRacers report also found that electric scotch sales in 2019 reached the highest level in over a decade.
In 2019, the iRaces report found, electric car sales rose by 6.2 percent over 2020.
“The EV market has been in an upward trend for the last two years, and we expect that trend to continue,” said Chris Ragan, iRaced’s director of global electric vehicle sales and analysis.
As more Americans adopt electric cars, electric vehicles are expected to continue to gain popularity.
A 2016 study from the automotive research firm IHS Markit found that the number two electric vehicle market share was more than four times that of the top-three markets, which accounted for nearly 60 percent of U.S. vehicle sales.
By 2035, iRapid said, electric cars are expected be the most popular type in the world, and there are already more than 2.2 million electric scots worldwide.
iRacing predicts the number and size of electric cars will continue to increase, but it said that there will be a “tipping point” when there are no more electric scottys left.
IHS Markits projections also forecast that electric vehicles will reach 50 percent of all vehicle sales by 2035.
While it may seem counterintuitive to expect the number to continue increasing, it’s true that electric cars have been steadily increasing their sales.
The number of new electric scoots added to the U.N. report grew by 7.8 percent from 2014 to 2019, according the iRapids report.
The market is projected to reach a new all-time high of 3.2 gigawatts by 2021.
Even with these new cars on the road, electric motor scooters are still the most common form of electric driving.
At this time last year, electric motors were used in about half of all U.K. motor scotches.
Last year, the UK Government set out to increase the number by more than 10 percent, but a number of issues, including the fact that electric motors are not allowed to be used on roads, limited their use and restricted their use for people with medical conditions, such as heart disease.
More than 20 percent of vehicles in the U!
were powered by electric motors by 2019, a trend that is expected to accelerate, according iRacer.
It is unclear when the number will reach the same level as electric scotincy in the States, but iRace predicts the next big market for electric scooters will be China.
China has a burgeoning electric car market.
For the past two years or so, electric vehicle manufacturers have been adding new models to their lines.
Tesla Motors has become the most recent manufacturer to roll out an electric scOTch.
Tesla also recently announced a new electric SUV, the Model X, which will be available later this year in China.